Boston’s Most Dynamic & Energized Neighborhood
Established as Boston’s hottest neighborhood, the Seaport District has emerged as the city’s top destination for fast growing, innovative firms seeking to attract and retain talent. The neighborhood has plentiful and growing dining options, popular nightlife destinations, boutique retail shops, extensive and expanding residential opportunities, and unique hotel concepts.
Boston Harbor is bustling with ferries to Fan Pier, Long Wharf, Rowes Wharf, and Charlestown. Water taxi providers operate year-round, providing on-demand service between the Seaport and popular destinations including Logan International Airport, Charlestown, and the North End.
- Seaport/North Station: The first public-private partnership of its kind, this commuter ferry service departing from Lovejoy Wharf (North Station) and Fan Pier (Seaport) operates Monday through Friday during the morning and evening commutes with departures every 20-minutes. Further details available at www.seaportferry.com
- MBTA Commuter Ferries: Year-round service from Hingham to Rowes Wharf, Hingham and Hull to Long Wharf, and from Charlestown to Long Wharf. Further details and schedules available at https://www.mbta.com/schedules/ferry or https://www.bostonharborcruises.com/media/9564/2019-07-01-ferry-schedule.pdf
- Boston Harbor Cruises (Seasonal): Seasonal ferries travel between Salem and Long Wharf, and reactivation of the Lynn/ Central Wharf ferry is planned. Further details and schedules available at https://www.bostonharborcruises.com/salem-ferry/salem-ferry#schedules-and-rates
Water taxi providers operate year-round throughout Boston Harbor, providing on-demand service between various docks in the Seaport and popular destinations including Logan International Airport, Charlestown, the North End, and more.
- MBTA Transit: Start with “All 3 Silver Line routes connecting the Seaport with South Station stop directly adjacent to 601 Congress Street at Silver Line Way” then follow with “Boston’s South Station is the city’s busiest transport hub, and final stop for the Amtrak’s busy Northeast Corridor service. South Station is less than a mile away and just two stops from 601 Congress. Details and schedules are available at https://www.mbta.com/schedules”
All 3 Silver Line routes connecting the Seaport with South Station stop directly adjacent to 601 Congress Street at Silver Line Way. Boston’s South Station is the city’s busiest transport hub, and final stop for the Amtrak’s busy Northeast Corridor service. South Station is less than a mile away and just two stops from 601 Congress. Details and schedules are available at https://www.mbta.com/schedules.
601 Congress is located within minutes of the access point (Exit 25) to I-90 East & West (.3 miles) and I -93 North & South (.7 miles). Parking is a breeze with 177 spaces underground tenant parking spaces in the building, with an additional 1,500 spaces available in the adjacent Massport garage.
601 Congress is the closest commercial office building in Boston to Logan at just 2.6 miles away, providing a straight shot through the Ted Williams Tunnel with no stop lights. Logan is also just one stop away from Logan via the Silver Line Way located directly behind the building, and is accessible by water taxi via the water taxi stop at the Boston Fish Pier.
The City of Boston has created extensive bike lanes throughout the Seaport, and is committed to increased biking accessibility and safety. The Seaport is currently home to 8 Blue Bike stations, 2 of which are within 2 blocks of 601 Congress Street. In addition to providing secure bike storage within the building, ownership is in talks to add a new Blue Bike station directly in front of the building.